Immigration Reform Supporters Call For Action At Obama Inauguration

WASHINGTON — Immigration reform activists came to the National Mall on Monday with a slightly different attitude than other revelers. They, like everyone else, were excited to be there and happy for the president to be starting another term. They were thankful to him for a policy implemented last year that gives some undocumented young people deferred action so they can work and remain in the country for at least two years. But the 120 people from the immigration advocacy group Casa de Maryland who gathered near the Washington Monument want more. For many, their attendance was part celebratory, part a call for action. “What do we want?” asked Ricardo Campos, an undocumented 23-year-old from El Salvador, his voice growing hoarse from yelling.Read More…
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Immigration Reform Supporters Call For Action At Obama Inauguration

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